Filed in Cloud Industry Insights by Andrew Hickey | July 23, 2012 1:45 pm
The Rackspace Weekly Digest is the place to get brought up to speed on recent and upcoming happenings at Rackspace and news that you may have missed.
Cloud Tools Partners Embrace Open Cloud
The enhanced Rackspace Cloud Tools Marketplace launched last week with a host of cloud solution providers joining the open cloud revolution. Several Cloud Tools partners joined Rackspace in the application storefront through which Rackspace Cloud customers can browse and find cloud solutions that address their business needs and improve their cloud experience.
Happy Birthday, OpenStack!
Time flies. Last week, OpenStack, the open source cloud operating system that Rackspace co-founded, celebrated its second birthday. To commemorate this major milestone, OpenStack’s founders shared their insight and we took a by-the-numbers view at OpenStack with a nifty infographic. We also looked to the OpenStack’s future.
Join us every first and third Tuesday of the month for an hour-long virtual Q & A hosted by top Rackspace SharePoint MVPs, formerly of SharePoint 911. Registration is limited to 60 participants so sign up today and secure your spot for the next session, which will be held Tuesday, August 7 at 2 p.m. CDT.
A Preview Of Office 2013
The Rackspace SharePoint team headed to San Francisco last week to attend a major launch hosted by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. There, Ballmer unveiled previews of Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 365, and our SharePoint rock stars were there to cover the news.
Want to know how to upload very large objects to Rackspace Cloud Files? Wondering how to add extra users to your Rackspace Cloud account using the Identity API? As always, we’ve got you covered with helpful how-tos to guide you in the cloud.
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